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EDWARD OROZCO FLORES School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts University of California- Merced 5200 N Lake Rd., Merced, CA 95343

Phone- (209) 228-2440 Email- [email protected]

I. EMPLOYMENT 2014- Assistant Professor, University of California- Merced present Courses Taught: Sociological Theory 20112014

Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago Courses Taught: Race and Ethnic Relations, Immigrant America (Graduate seminar)

2011

Project Manager, Population Dynamics Research Group, University of Southern California

2011

Lecturer, Applied Women’s Studies Program, Claremont Graduate University Courses Taught: Race and Masculinities (Graduate seminar)

2010

Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Southern California Courses Taught: Introduction to Sociological Theory; Work and the Workplace

II. EDUCATION 2010 Ph.D., Sociology, University of Southern California Dissertation: Faith and Community: Recovering Gang Members in Los Angeles Committee: Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (Chair), Donald E. Miller, Amon Emeka 2003 M.A., Social Research, University of Warwick (UK) 2002 B.A., Sociology, University of the Pacific III. AREAS OF SPECIALTY RACE

GENDER

IMMIGRATION

RELIGION

IV. BOOKS 2013. Flores, Edward Orozco. God’s Gangs: Barrio Ministry, Masculinity and Gang Recovery. New York: New York University Press. *Winner, 2014 Distinguished Contribution to Research Book Award, Section on Latina/o Sociology, American Sociological Association. Reviewed in: Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion; Gender and Society; Crime, Law and Social Change.

V. ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS 2013. Flores, Edward Orozco and Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo. “Chicano Gang Members in Recovery: The Public Talk of Negotiating Chicano Masculinities.” Social Problems 60(4):476490. 2013. Painter, Gary and Edward Flores. “Reclassification and Academic Success among English Language Learners: New Evidence from a Large Urban School District.” B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 13(1): 107-136. 2012. Flores, Edward. “Latinos and Faith-based Recovery from Gangs,” In Carolyn Chen and Russell Jeung (eds.) Sustaining Faith Traditions: Race, Ethnicity, and Religion among the Latino and Asian American Second Generation. New York: New York University Press. Pp. 113-132. 2011. Ramirez, Hernan and Edward Flores. “Latino Masculinities in the Post-9/11 Era,” in Maxine Baca Zinn, Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo and Michael A. Messner (eds.) Gender Through the Prism of Difference. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 259-267. (Reprinted) 2012. Michael Kimmel and Michael A. Messner (eds.) Men’s Lives, 9th Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. 2009. Flores, Edward. “‘I am somebody’: Barrio Pentecostalism and Gendered Acculturation Among Chicano Ex-gang Members.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 32(6): 996-1016. (Reprinted) 2011. Martin Bulmer and John Solomos (eds.) Latino Identity in Contemporary America. New York: Routledge. VI. POLICY REPORTS AND BRIEFS 2012. Myers, Dowell, Linda Lou, Edward Flores, Hyojung Lee, Anthony Guardado and Stephanie Young. Community Profile for Los Angeles County in 2010. Report. Los Angeles, CA: Population Dynamics Research Group. 2011. Flores, Edward and Dowell Myers. “The Changing Household and Family.” Census Brief. Los Angeles, CA: Population Dynamics Research Group. 2010. Flores, Edward and Miriam Ochoa. “The Impact of ‘Going Green’ on the Latino Community.” Policy Brief. Los Angeles, CA: Tomas Rivera Policy Institute. 2009. Flores, Edward, Gary Painter, and Harry Pachon. “¿Qué Pasa?: Are ELL Students Remaining in English Learning Classes Too Long?” Policy Report. Los Angeles, CA: Tomas Rivera Policy Institute. 2009. Flores, Edward, Gary Painter, Zackary Harlow-Nash, and Harry Pachon. “Qué Pasa?: Are English Language Learning Students Remaining in English Learning Classes Too Long?” Policy

Brief. Los Angeles, CA: Tomas Rivera Policy Institute. 2008. Flores, Edward, and Harry Pachon. “Latinos and Public Library Perceptions.” Policy Report. Los Angeles, CA: Tomas Rivera Policy Institute. 2007. Flores, Edward, Jillian Medeiros, and Harry Pachon. “Equal Employment Opportunity or Enclave Employment?” Policy Brief. Los Angeles, CA: Tomas Rivera Policy Institute. VII. BOOK REVIEWS 2010. Flores, Edward. Review of James Diego Vigil, The Projects: Gang and Non-Gang Families in East Los Angeles (University of Texas Press, 2007) in Aztlan 25(1). 2008. Flores, Edward. Review of Andres Torres (ed.), Latinos in New England (Temple University Press, 2006) in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 34(8): 1346-1347. VIII. MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS Flores, Edward Orozco. “It Is Your Duty To Forgive”: Civil Religion and Redemption in the Carceral State. Book-length manuscript. In Progress. Flores, Edward Orozco and Jennifer Elena Cossyleon. “‘I Went Through It So You Don’t Have To’: Contesting Marginality Through Civic Engagement.” Under Review at Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. Flores, Edward Orozco. “‘Grow Your Hair Out’: Latino Gang Recovery through Masculinity and the Body.” Under Review at Social Problems. IX. HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS 2009-10 USC College Merit Award 2008-09 John Randolph Haynes Foundation Dissertation Fellowship 2007 USC College Diversity Award for summer research 2006-08 USC Provost/ Tomas Rivera Policy Institute Fellowship 2005-06 Research Assistantship, w/Amon Emeka 2004-05 USC College Merit Award X. MEDIA RECOGNITION 2011 Press Release, Senator Alex Padilla. “Governor Brown Signs Bill to Help California’s 1.5 million English Learner Students Achieve English Proficiency.” Monday, October 10th, 2011.

2011 Article, La Opinion. “Baja la población infantil en el estado de California.” Wednesday, May 25th, 2011. 2011 Interview, Noticias Univision 34. “Hay Menos Ninos en Los Angeles a Causa de la Economia?” KMEX 34 Los Angeles- Univision affiliate. Tuesday, May 24 th, 2011. 2011 Interview, Fox 11 News. “Where are the lost children?” KTTV Los Angeles- Fox affiliate. Tuesday, May 24th, 2011. 2011 Interview, Noticias Univision 34. “Pero Si Hablo Ingles?” KMEX 34 Los AngelesUnivision affiliate. Tuesday, May 24 th, 2011. 2011 Press Release, Senator Alex Padilla. “Senator Padilla Introduces Legislation to Aid English Learners in Advancing their Education, College Readiness and Joining the Workforce.” Friday, February 18th, 2011. 2009 Guest, Pat Morrison show, “Que Pasa? Are LAUSD ESL students taking too long to learn English?” 89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio- National Public Radio affiliate. Thursday October 30th, 2009. 2009 Article, Los Angeles Times, “Many L.A. students not moving out of English language classes.” Wednesday, October 29th, 2009. Also printed in the Los Angeles Daily News, Orange County Register, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Whittier Daily News. Also printed in Spanish for La Opinion, “Saber Inglés Tiene Ventajas: estudio revela nueva vertiente de análisis sobre la integración idiomática de los alumnos de LAUSD.” XI. PRESENTATIONS 2014 “‘I Went Through It So You Don’t Have To’: Contesting Marginality Through Civic Engagement.” Society for the Scientific Study of Society Annual Meeting. Regular Session. November 1st, Indianapolis, IN. 2014 “Gods Gangs: Barrio Ministry, Masculinity, and Gang Recovery.” Invited Speaker for Sociology Colloquium, Northern Illinois University. April 10 th, DeKalb, Illinois. 2014 “Gods Gangs: Barrio Ministry, Masculinity, and Gang Recovery.” Invited Speaker for Sociology Colloquium, California State University Northridge. February 3 rd, Northridge, CA. 2013 “Constructing Citizens: Gang Exit Social Reform and (Re)integration.” Invited Speaker for Knowledge Exchange, Business and Professional People for the Public Interest. December 10th, Chicago, IL. 2013 “Chicano Gang Members in Recovery: The Public Talk of Negotiating Chicano Masculinities.” Invited Speaker for Fall Colloquium, Department of Sociology, University of Illinois- Chicago. September 25th, Chicago, IL.

2013 “Chicano Gang Members in Recovery: The Public Talk of Negotiating Chicano Masculinities.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Regular Session. August 10th, New York, NY. 2013 “Reforming Masculinity: Barrio Ministry and Gang Exit.” Invited Speaker for Psychology Club, Loyola University Chicago. March 19th, Chicago, IL. 2013 “Fighting to Overcome Records and Create Equality.” Invited Panelist for FORCE event. Northeastern Illinois University. March 15th, Chicago, IL. 2013 “Reforming Masculinity: Barrio Ministry and Gang Exit.” Invited Speaker for Spring Colloquium, Department of Sociology, Southern Illinois University- Carbondale. Carbondale, IL. February 27th. 2013 “Reforming Masculinity: Barrio Ministry and Gang Exit.” Invited Speaker for Year One Lecture Series, Loyola University Chicago. January 24th, Chicago, IL. 2012 “‘Grow Your Hair Out’: Chicano Gang Recovery through Masculinity and the Body.” Paper presented at a Regular Session, Sex and Gender and Latina/o Sociology. American Sociological Association. August 18th, Denver, CO. .

2012 “‘Grow Your Hair Out’: Recovery From Gang Life through Masculinity and the Body.” Center for Urban Research and Learning, Loyola University Chicago. March 23 rd, Chicago, IL. 2011 Panelist. “The Interrupters” screening and panel. Loyola University Chicago- School of Law. October 25th, Chicago, IL. 2011 “Latino Males and Masculinities.” Invited Panelist for the Masculinities Panel. Gender Society and Change: The Past, Present, and Future. Claremont Graduate University. April 2 nd, Claremont, CA. 2010 “Reactive Religion among Recovering Gang Members.” Paper presented at Fighting the Criminalization of Youth and Activists: Analyzing the Case of Alex Sanchez. John Jay CollegeCity University of New York. April 7th, New York, NY. 2009 “Imagined Enclaves: Homeboys and Brothers experience Religious Acculturation.” Presented at regular session on Deviance and Social Control. American Sociological Association. August 10th. San Francisco, CA. 2009 “Imagined Enclaves: Homeboys and Brothers experience Religious Acculturation.” Presented at the Fifth Annual Graduate Student Conference on Democracy, sponsored by department of Political Science, UC Irvine. May 9th. Irvine, CA. 2009 “Embodying Reformed Barrio Masculinity: Clinical and Spiritual Approaches.” Paper presented at the Pacific Sociological Association. April 8 th. San Diego, CA.

2008 “I am Somebody: Victory Outreach and Mobility in East LA Barrios.” Paper presented at a thematic session at the American Sociological Association. August 3 rd. Boston, MA. 2008 “I am Somebody: Victory Outreach and Mobility in East LA Barrios.” Paper presented at the Spotlight on Immigration conference, sponsored by UC Berkeley. March 7 th. Berkeley, CA. 2007 “I am Somebody: Victory Outreach and Mobility in East LA Barrios .” Paper presented at USC’s Center for Religion and Civic Engagement’s series on “Visualizing Religion.” November 9th. Los Angeles, CA. 2007 “I am Somebody: Victory Outreach and Mobility in East LA Barrios.” Paper presented at “Waves, Flows, Streams, Floods: UCLA Graduate Student Conference on Migration,” sponsored by UCLA department of sociology. April 23rd. Los Angeles, CA. 2007 “Genderwise: A Liberal Approach to Second Generation Immigrants in the Inner-City.” Paper presented at the Pacific Sociological Association’s Annual Conference. Oakland, CA. 2007 “Who Receives and Uses College Financial Aid Knowledge?” Co-Presentation at the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education’s annual conference, with Estela Zarate. March 13th. Costa Mesa, CA. 2003 “The Future State of US- Mexico Economic Interdependency: the role of migrant labor, remittances and educational qualifications.” Paper presented at the First Postgraduate Conference for Mexican Studies in the United Kingdom. June 20 th. Oxford, England. XII. GUEST LECTURES 2013 “Men and Masculinities.” Guest Lecture for Sociology 404, graduate level course. Department of Sociology. Professor Anne Figert. Loyola University Chicago. April 9th. 2012 “Beyond the Chicago School: Race and Gender in Urban America.” Guest Lecture for Sociology 404, graduate level course. Department of Sociology, Professor Anne Figert. Loyola University Chicago. March 20th. 2010 “Masculinity in Recovery.” Guest Lecture for ‘Men and Masculinities’ course. Department of Sociology, Professor Michael Messner. University of Southern California. March 22nd. 2010 “Immigrant Integration and Religion.” Guest Lecture for ‘Immigrant America’ course. Department of Sociology, Professor Jody Agius Vallejo. University of Southern California. January 27th. 2009 “Notes from the field: Negotiating Entrée and Collecting Ethnographic Data.” Panel guest for graduate level Qualitative Methods course. Department of Sociology, Professor

Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo. University of Southern California. September 15th. 2009 “Embodying Reformed Barrio Masculinity.” Guest lecture for ‘Immigration in the Global Age’ course. Department of Sociology, Professor Akiko Yasuke. California Lutheran University. April 22nd. 2009 “Imagined Enclaves: Homeboys and Brothers experience Religious Acculturation.” Guest lecture for Deviance and Society course. Department of Sociology, Professor Karen Sternheimer. University of Southern California. April 9th. 2009 “Imagined Enclaves: Homeboys and Brothers experience Religious Acculturation.” Panel guest for Race in America course. Department of Sociology, Professor Amon Emeka. University of Southern California. April 6th. 2009 “Embodying Reformed Barrio Masculinity: Clinical and Spiritual Approaches.” Guest lecture for Crime and Delinquency course. Department of Sociology, Professor Karen Sternheimer. University of Southern California. March 5th. 2009 “Imagined Enclaves: Homeboys and Brothers experience Religious Acculturation.” Guest lecture for Research Methods course. Department of Sociology, Professor Zoe Corwin. University of Southern California. February 9th. 2008 “Imagined Enclaves: Homeboys and Brothers experience Religious Acculturation.” Guest lecture for Sociology Honors Seminar. Department of Sociology, Professor Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo. University of Southern California. November 4th. XIII. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2011 Project manager, Population Dynamics Research Group, University of Southern California. 2006-09 Research Fellow/ Research Associate, Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, University of Southern California. 2005-06 Research Assistant, w/ Professor Amon Emeka. XIV. CONSULTING 2013 Consultant, Daughters of Charity. Demographic Projections for Los Angeles County, 2011-2021. Demographic profiles for 11 community areas, using American Community Survey (ACS) 2007-11 data. April 2013. 2013 Consultant, HOPE Economic Status of Latinas Report. County and state demographic information by age, sex and race. February 2013. 2011 Consultant, Daughters of Charity. Demographic profiles for 27 geographic areas, using

Census 2000 and American Community Survey (ACS) 2006-08 data. March 2011. 2010 Consultant, Kaiser Permanente. “Strategy Maps and Structural Equation Modeling.” December 16th-17th. Trained administrative staff on the use of the following statistical techniques: linear regression, factor analysis, path analysis, and structural equation modeling. 2010 Consultant, St. Francis Medical Center. “Demographic Profile and Population Projection, for years 2015-2020, Service Provider Area (SPA) 6.” July-September 2010. 2010 Consultant, Daughters of Charity. Demographic profiles for 27 geographic areas, using Census 2000 and American Community Survey (ACS) 2006-08 data. September-November 2010. XV. ACADEMIC REVIEWER EXPERIENCE National Science Foundation American Journal of Sociology Social Problems Ethnic and Racial Studies Gender and Society Sociological Forum Sociological Spectrum Ethnography XVI. AFFILIATIONS American Sociological Association, Member Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Member Pacific Sociological Association, Member XVII. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 2015 Chair of Award Committee for Distinguished Contribution to Research Book Award, Section on Latina/o Sociology, American Sociological Association 2014 Graduate Student Committee, University of California Merced

2014-17 Treasurer, Section on Latina/o Sociology, American Sociological Association 2014 Award Committee for Distinguished Contribution to Research Article Award, Section on Latina/o Sociology, American Sociological Association. 2012-14 Graduate Student Committee, Loyola University Chicago XVIII. REFERENCES Dr. Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo Professor, Department of Sociology University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA 90089 (213) 740-3606 [email protected] Dr. Rhys Williams Professor, Department of Sociology Loyola University Chicago 1032 W. Sheridan Rd. Chicago, IL 60660 (773) 508-3459 [email protected] Dr. David Embrick Associate Professor, Department of Sociology Loyola University Chicago 1032 W. Sheridan Rd. Chicago, IL 60660 (773) 508-3424 [email protected]

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